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The Regional ADHD Clinic provides short-term voluntary, evidence-based ADHD assessments and treatment to people ages 17-35 living in the Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) region who present with symptoms consistent with ADHD.

At this time, our clinic serves people ages 17-35. For ADHD services for people under 17, please connect with Mental Health Services at BC Children Hospital: www.bcchildrens.ca/our-services/mental-health-services. For people over the age of 35, we encourage you to explore the information, resources, and support offered by the Centre For ADHD Awareness Canada (CADDAC): www.caddac.ca, or connect with your family physician.

What to expect

The Clinic works in collaboration with clients, their families, and their primary care providers to diagnose and initiate treatment for ADHD. After treatment, clients will return to their primary care provider for ongoing care and management.

We provide:

  • diagnosis clarification,
  • medication consultation,
  • assessment and treatment recommendations, and
  • short-term treatment.
This service is available at
This service is available at

Regional ADHD Clinic at Diamond Health Care Centre

2775 Laurel Street, 3rd floor, Station 4
Vancouver, BC V5Z 1M9
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